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    A sandwich created with what was on hand. Turned out to be a sandwich that made no one want to eat anything else served but ask for seconds instead... I know it may seem weird but it was just so tasty I had to save this!

    Recipe #492344

    Makes one loaf. Makes your house smell like a bakery. Coffee suggested to serve with. :) This is the recipe i used to make a spelt loaf today. The aroma of this bread cooking is so wonderful, especially on a winter evening. It's easy to add seeds or nuts as you like (I did) and what I love is that it's kneaded in the bread machine. Use as the bread for a Reuben sandwich. Or serve toasted stuffed with rondele and hot sauerkraut for an unbelievably tasty and filling lunch. Add some beef bacon if you don't mind mixing meat and dairy for a 5 star sandwich. I'll tweak it as I find better methods, but for now enjoy this as-is. I used other recipes and flour properties to gauge how to bake up a soft loaf and it turned out really really well in my opinion. The husband gives it 5 stars :D

    Recipe #492343


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